Chief information officers and business professionals from around the country gathered in Washington, D.C., to discuss the use of the Internet and how it affects different businesses at the 10th Annual CIO Forum sponsored by the Robert H. Smith School of Business. This was the first time the forum was held at the school’s Washington campus. More than 200 people were in attendance.
The part-time MBA program at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business was ranked No. 30 in the nation by BusinessWeek in the magazine’s 2009 ranking released Nov. 5. Smith’s program for working professionals is offered evenings and weekends at Smith campuses in Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Shady Grove (Rockville, Md.).
Lacey Brauer, a 2009 alumna from the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University Maryland, caught her “lucky break” and won big on ABC’sWheel of Fortune.
Brauer, 22, attended the Smith School for a Marketing degree, with a concentration in Sports Management as a part of the Sports Management Fellows Program. She appeared on the popular TV game show on Monday, Oct. 26, 2009.
The Robert H Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, is going green! This semester, Dean G. “Anand” Anandalingam has agreed to participate in the new Energywi$e UM program at the University of Maryland, College Park, in an effort to promote energy conservation. Van Munching Hall, the location of the Smith School, is one of only three academic buildings (Glenn Martin Hall and the Chesapeake Building) on the campus to participate in this
On-the-job experience can be a powerfully transformative tool for professional growth—in fact, research indicates it may be the primary vehicle for learning critical leadership skills. Many companies use job assignments to groom high-potential managers, but what kinds of experiences are really valuable for developing manager potential?